"Shelter for the Homeless" tag
A ribbon cutting ceremony was held on Tuesday, Dec. 13 to celebrate the opening of Gateway House, a deeply affordable housing property owned and operated by Pacific House for 16 homeless individuals. The property was developed by Charles Connor of A. Emerson Construction. Back row: Jim Bosek, Yvonne Jackson, Pacific House Associate Director Jerome Roberts, Office of Community Development Director Erik Larson, Congressman Jim Himes, Tim Beeble. Front row: Ellen Bromley, Commissioner Evonne Klein, Pacific House Board Chair Peter Rugen, Rafael Pagan, Jr. and State Senator Carlo Leone.

Pacific House builds affordable housing for homeless

A ribbon cutting ceremony was held on Tuesday, Dec. 13 to celebrate the opening of Gateway House, an affordable housing property owned and operated by Pacific House for 16 homeless individuals.

Shelter for the Homeless changes name to Pacific House

Shelter for the Homeless announced that it is changing its name to Pacific House. The name reflects the organization’s broader commitment to help clients become more self-sufficient and lead more fulfilled lives.

Results of acquiring and renovating one deeply affordable permanent housing property.

Fairfield County Community Foundation provides $25,000 grant to Shelter for the Homeless

Shelter for the Homeless received a grant from the Fairfield County Community Foundation in the amount of $25,000.

Sandi Mond and Gala Committee Chair Andrew M. Reid, both of Greenwich, with Natasha Muratov. Photo Credit ChiChi Ubiña

Shelter for the Homeless raises $500,000 at 15th annual Rays of Hope Gala

On Friday, May 6, Shelter for the Homeless hosted its 15th annual Rays of Hope Gala at the Italian Center of Stamford. The event, which was hosted by former Major League Baseball player and manager, Bobby Valentine, raised more than $500,000.

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